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  • Before your hospital stay, find out where you have to go within the hospital and ask a staff member how to get there.
  • Visit the hospital’s website to find a map of the hospital and where the different departments and wards are. 
  • Look for signs around the hospital that will show you where you need to go. 
  • Most large hospitals have a café, florist, newsagency, ATM and a pharmacy.
  • Write down the name of the department you have to visit.

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Reviewed on: 12-10-2015